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Published on Sep 13, 2016
The current wealth of data in neuroscience has the potential to lead to groundbreaking neuroscientific discoveries and revolutionize clinical treatments for mental health and neurological disorders. Combining neuroscience data with information in other data-rich fields, such as genomics, will make possible a new paradigm of healthcare, in which medical providers and patients can use multi-faceted information to guide diagnosis and treatment selection, while accounting for the effects of interacting biological, environmental, and lifestyle factors.
This seminar will highlight the need to translate neuroscience data into medical knowledge and robust clinical treatments, by improving data sharing and analysis practices and aligning with current precision medicine initiatives. By bringing together a distinguished panel of scientists, medical practitioners, and health policy experts, we will explore the key challenges and opportunities involved in this goal, and discuss strategies and policy solutions for using neuroscience data to improve the mental and neurological health of all Americans.